Current Affairs 15th June 2019

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Current Affairs 15th June 2019

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  1. Nilekani panel suggests 24×7 RTGS, NEFT, elimination of all charges.

To encourage digital payments, the Nandan Nilekani committee has suggested a host of measures, including elimination of charges, round-the-clock RTGS and NEFT facility, and duty-free import of point-of-sales machines.

  1. MP Cabinet passes resolution to increase reservation for OBCs to 27%.

Madhya Pradesh Cabinet has passed a resolution to increase reservation quota for Other Backward Classes (OBC) from existing 14% to 27%.

  1. Draft National Education Policy revised.

The Kasturirangan committee has revised the Draft New National Education Policy and effected some changes in the three-language formula.


  1. Indian retail tycoon becomes UAE’s first permanent expat resident.

Abu Dhabi-based Indian retail tycoon MA Yusuff Ali has become the first expat to get the UAE’s first gold card permanent residency.


  1. AAI Signs Pact With Boeing To Modernise Air Traffic Management In India.

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) and aerospace major Boeing announced the signing of a technical assistance agreement to develop an air traffic management roadmap which will improve airspace utilization and help maintain efficient aircraft operations.


  1. Flipkart co-founder joins Ujjivan Small Finance Bank as Director.

  -Ujjivan Small Finance Bank has appointed Flipkart founder Sachin Bansal as its independent director.


  1. WHO award for Rajasthan Health Department.

  –The World Health Organization has selected the Rajasthan government’s Medical & Health Department for its award this year in recognition of its achievements in the field of tobacco control.


  1. International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression: 4th June.

-The United Nations General Assembly declared 3 June as International World Bicycle Day.